Da Silva Vineyards and Winery

Da Silva is a family-owned winery with deep roots on the Naramata Bench. The family of Richard Da Silva, the winery’s co-owner and winemaker, emigrated to the Okanagan Valley from Portugal in 1955 and purchased an orchard on the Naramata Bench in 1955.

Today, Da Silva constitutes 11 vineyards, each specially selected for distinct terroir and qualities. This attention to detail and craftsmanship combine to produce premium, small-lot wines. Many of Da Silva’s red wines are aged for 36 months or more.

Seated tastings are provided inside the wine shop. Five wines selected by the winemaker are offered, with the tasting experience being around 40 minutes long.

Da Silva is situated on Upper Bench Road, with gorgeous views of surrounding vineyards, Penticton, and Munson Mountain from behind the main building. The Kitchen, the winery’s Portuguese tapas restaurant, takes full advantage with a beautiful covered patio.

Restaurant diners are encouraged to share and enjoy a relaxed, slow-paced meal (Mediterranean-style!) As many as 30 different small plate options are available, with the menu changing often to cater to the current season and local ingredients.

Front view of Da Silva Vineyards and Winery, with concrete steps leading up to wooden building, with concrete sign on right with winery name and logo
Front view of Da Silva Winery

At a Glance

Wine shop times: 11am to 5pm, daily
Tasting room times
: 11am to 5pm, daily
Tasting reservation
: Recommended
Tasting style
: Inside, seated
Tasting cost
: $15, not refundable

Food/restaurant: Yes
: No
Child friendly
: No (due to space constraints)
Pet friendly
: No (due to space constraints)
Weddings and private events
: No

Contact Information

Phone: 1-800-851-0903
Address: 375 Upper Bench Road North, Naramata Bench
Website: dasilvavineyards.com

Looking across a grassy area to two scattered picnic benches, with vineyards on the other side, with mountains in background
Views from the back of Da Silva Vineyards and Winery

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